Aramid Armor Braided Sleeving
Highly Resistant to Abrasion, Cuts, Acids, Solvents, Bases & Fuels
Aramid Armor Braided Sleeving Features
- Will Not Melt, Burn or Support Combustion
- Stays Soft & Pliable
- Resists Acids, Bases, Solvents, & Fuels
- High Tensile Strength
- Cuts With Kevlar Shears
- Extra Heavy Duty
- High Cut Resistance
- Operating Temperature: -274°F to 320°F (-170°C to 160°C)
*Aramid Armor is Degraded by Ultraviolet Light.*
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Inside Diameters Are Measured as Round Not Flat
Extra heavy duty, tightly woven Aramid Armor sleeving is braided from aramid fibers, soft and pliable but with 5 times strength of steel on equal-weight basis.
Aramid Armor braided sleeving is perfect for bundling and protecting vulnerable components from the most extreme environmental conditions. The aramid fibers provide durability, pliability and extraordinary tensile strength.
It will not melt, burn or support combustion. The inherent strength and heat resistance of Aramid Armor sleeving provides performance that can not be worn or aged away. Typical uses include aerospace, marine, and automotive industry applications.
Aramid Armor sleeving is available in Yellow.
Please note that Aramid Armor is degraded by ultraviolet light. Do not store in direct sunlight. Fluoescent lighting will cause discoloration, but will not affect fiber mechanical properties.
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|Monofilament Thickness (ASTM D-204)|
|Recommended Cutting||Kevlar Shears|
|Tensile Strength - Yarn (ASTM D-2265) lbs.||39|
|Moisture Absorption % (ASTM D-570)|
|Hard Vacuum Data (ASTM E-595 at 10-5 torr)|
|Smoke D-Max (ASTM E-662)|
|Oxygen Index (ASTM D-2863)||29|
|Chemical Resistance |
1=No Effect 2=Little Effect 3=Affected 4=More Affected 5=Severely Affected
|Salt Water (O-S-1926)||1|
|Hydraulic Fluid (MIL-H-5606)||1|
|Lubricating Oil (MIL-L-7808)||1|
|De-Icing Fluid (MIL-A-8243)||1|
|Fungus (ASTM G-21)||2|
|Maximum Continuous (MIL-I-23053)||320°F/160°C|
|Melt (ASTM D-2117)||It Will Not Melt|
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